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Gerard David (Netherlandish, ca. 1455–1523). Virgin and Child with Four Angels, ca. 1510–15. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wrightsman, 1977 (1977.1.1)

Our Lady of Grace/Notre Dame de Grasse - detail, ca 1470, Languedoc, 112×75×38cm, Musée des Augustins, Toulouse. |

Santos dolls from the 17th century adorned home altars. There are cage Santos which have the lathing on bottom.

Saint Barbara, patron saint of prisoners, architects, and artillerymen. Limestone, paint, gilt ca. 1500, Northern France

Tanya Brett, London...as much as I dislike rabbits in the garden...something pleasing about this piece of statuary.

FABRIZIO Ottaviano - Italian (1791 - 1863) ~ Tomb of MOSSOTTI / Pisa Campo Santo

Reliquary Santon Hand Shrines by Colleen Baptista via Flickr. The hands are made of carved wood. After making the basic reliquary box ( no soldering just copper tape) the base is shaped from a piece of poster board and then covered in Apoxie clay. While the clay is still workable you can add beads or indent with other objects. Then you add the reliquary.

St. Sebastian carved wood hands detail.- Veramente increible.-Questo è veramente un artista con tutte le lettere

Vanessa Valencia City house 29 by A Fanciful Twist, via Flickr

guardian angel sculpture - it's that time of year for me to get a new one for my angel baby

Vigeland Park, Oslo-Vigeland sculpture is not allowed to leave Norway, so is not as universally viewed as are most artists, but very intriguing. Norwegians consider his work one of their national treasures.